Girl Scouts are always working on service projects, taking trips and making the world a better place. Click here to let us know what you or your troop is doing.
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Service Unit 86 (Rosedale) at the Juliette Low House in Savannah, Georgia, July 12, 2014.
PaxJam2014 International Travel pathway at PAX Lodge.
Three Cadettes from Troop 2257 in Glen Burnie are working on their Silver Award, making dog vests for the SPCA that say ” Adopt Me” for use with the foster dogs so that they can get attention as they are walked around the neighborhood. The scouts delivered some vests and dog bandannas to the Maryland SPCA today.
As the finale to their Media Journey, troop 166 toured the WJZ news station in Baltimore. Along with members of troop 772 and 1766, the girls learned about set design, robotic cameras, and many other technologies used behind the scenes. They even got to play meteorologist in front of the green screen. After watching the filming of the noonday news, the girls met the TV personalities and learned about how they got their start and what it takes to be a news anchor.
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